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Month 1 RICH DAD, POOR DAD, by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter. (Warner, $15.95.) What the wealthy teach their children about money that other parents do not. First Chapter --> 1 --> 2 THE BEST DEMOCRACY MONEY CAN BUY, by Greg Palast. (Plume, $14.) A collection of articles by an investigative reporter. First Chapter --> 3 --> 3 LIFE STRATEGIES, by Phillip C. McGraw. (Hyperion, $11.95.) How to define and achieve goals in life and work. (+) First Chapter --> 2 --> 4 DREAMING WAR, by Gore Vidal. (Thunder's Mouth/Nation Books, $11.95.) Essays in which America's "imperial ambitions" and corporate interests in Eurasia's mineral wealth are explored. First Chapter --> 4 --> 5 EXCUSE ME, YOUR LIFE IS WAITING, by Lynn Grabhorn. (Hampton Roads, $14.95.) Full bank accounts and fulfilling careers are a product of emotions, which can be directed positively. First Chapter --> --> Also Selling 6 NICKEL AND DIMED , by Barbara Ehrenreich. (Metropolitan/Owl/Holt, $13.) Not getting by in America: a social critic reports on what it was like to become a member of the working poor. First Chapter 6 --> 7 FAST FOOD NATION , by Eric Schlosser. (Perennial/HarperCollins, $13.95.) From California subdivisions to the New Jersey turnpike: a survey of "the dark side of the American meal." First Chapter 5 --> 8 SALT , by Mark Kurlansky. (Penguin, $15.) The economic, political, chemical and industrial story behind a valuable substance. First Chapter 8 --> 9 GOOGLE HACKS, by Tara Calishain and Rael Dornfest. (O'Reilly, $24.95.) Maximizing use of the web search tool and improving websites. First Chapter --> --> 10 J. K. LASSER'S YOUR INCOME TAX 2003, by The J. K. Lasser Institute. (Wiley, $16.95.) Latest edition of the annual tax preparation manual. First Chapter --> 7 -->